By K P Yohannan; Gospel for Asia
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This quantity encompasses a number of papers offered on the foodstuff and health convention in Shanghai, held in November 2006 below the auspices of the realm Council on foodstuff, health and wellbeing and fitness. beginning with a keynote presentation on food, health and the concept that of confident healthiness from precedent days to the current, the focal point then shifts to the position of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in wellbeing and fitness and illness.
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But how many books are there about half of the world going to hell? How many books do you see talking about the needs of millions in unreached areas? The other extreme is being people who are so full of zeal, constantly driven by the great need around them. We cannot work in the flesh and have no understanding of the Lord in our inner life. We must be people who continually seek the face of God to know Him. There must be a harmony in developing our intimate walk with the Lord and our passion to reach the lost.
That edge is good, yet we should keep that edge without becoming too extreme. Maintaining a balance is critical to the health of any individual or organization. If you look at many movements, you will find that radical edge—in the early days, that is. Unfortunately, many become watered-down over time. " And normal often means lukewarm, becoming like everybody else, operating according to the standards of the world. This results in the loss of passion and purpose. Now all that remains is a structure and shadow—an organizational framework.
High standards are very good. We encourage people to read The Road to Reality,1 The Calvary Road,2 True Discipleship3 and other books whose authors challenge a deeper life and commitment. The tremendous challenge is to constantly abandon all and follow the Lord—walking away from friendship with the world and keeping ourselves free from the pollution of watered-down Christianity. None of us is capable of serving God in our own strength. That is good. None of us measures up. It is the strength and grace of lesus that allows us to serve.